1. Claims should give complete definition of required protection range, including new basic contents of the invention or creative steps. One element or more can be used to define different aspects of invention; elements should be listed in numerical order, and element number one should be defined the most.

2. Claims should be clear, interrelated, and should define the essence of the invention, not characteristics, in a definite way to facilitate verification of protection range without having to consult the detailed description or the explanatory graphs unless absolutely necessary.

3. Each element should be phrased to distinguish the innovative step or the new section of range of protection, i.e. the subject product should be defined by its contents, and technical characteristic followed by "distinguished by…", followed by indication of all new or innovative peculiarities of the product distinguishing it from other known products.

4. Claims should be of a definite range in comparison to revelation in the detailed description section.

All Rights Reserved